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Westbound I-90 ramps at Rock County 6 to close Monday, Sept. 26, for one week

Paving work continues on the interstate.

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MANKATO — Motorists are advised that the westbound Interstate 90 exit and entrance ramps at Rock County Road 6 near Beaver Creek are expected to close Monday, Sept. 26 for approximately one week for paving, weather permitting.

Traffic on I-90 currently remains reduced to a single lane in each direction in the eastbound lanes from the South Dakota border to west of Luverne. The entrance and exit ramps on westbound I-90 at Minnesota 23 and the entrance ramp at Rock County 4 are expected to remain closed until late October.

During the final stage of construction from late October until early November, traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction on I-90 from the South Dakota border to east of Luverne.

For updated road condition information, call 511 or visit www.511mn.org .

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